A private university of 11,000 students near the center of Dallas, SMU offers strong undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs through seven schools.
The SMU community will celebrate the graduation of more than 600 students at ceremonies on December 20. Watch the ceremony live.
Share your SMU spirit with friends and loved ones this holiday season with an assortment of SMU gifts, including a campus tour puzzle, Peruna backpacks, plush toys and the Centennial Picture Book.
Will future Mustangs and visitors see your inscription on the Crain Family Centennial Promenade? Nearly two-thirds of the pavers have been donated, so if you want to be a part of the promenade, don't miss out.
SMU salutes the century-long contributions of the faculty to the development of the university, the advancement of their disciplines, the success of SMU graduates and the betterment of society. Read more.
An SMU chemistry lab is deciphering how the growing presence of blue light in our environment upsets the natural 24-hour clock in plants, animals and humans. Learn more.
Making a ConnectionSMU's Meadows Museum is forging connections with dementia patients and their caregivers.
Cyber Security HonorSMU's Fred Chang receives the “Security 7” Award for being at the top of his profession.
Mustang GiftsIf you have a Mustang on your holiday gift list, look no further than the SMU Gift Guide.
Leadership AwardMaguire Energy Institute bestows Pitts Energy Leadership Award on alumnus David Miller.
OE2C NewsAnswers to your questions about SMU's Operational Excellence for the 2nd Century.
12 Days of CommonsTwitter Tag gives a sampling of holiday spirit and community support in the SMU Residential Commons.
Mustang Minute VideosTherapy dogs visit SMU to help ease finals-time stress.
SMU AdventuresBlogs by students and faculty about interesting people and places the world over.
SMU in the NewsHighlights of SMU making news in 2014.
Oldest Christmas CardSMU is home to the oldest mass-produced Christmas card – dating back more than 160 years.
Alumni NewsAt TEDxSMU, Kelly Stoetzel ’91 talked about TEDYouth, designed for middle- and high-school students.
To see if SMU is right for you, schedule your visit online today.